- Walt Ruff: Coach Brind’Amour stated that if Aho doesn’t observe as we speak, he gained’t play Saturday.
Forward Kyle Palmieri has been skating on his personal and hasn’t joined the workforce for observe but. He’s on the IR with an upper-body damage.
Bruce Garrioch: Ottawa Senators ahead Josh Norris skated with the workforce in a no-contact jersey. There remains to be no timetable for his return.
Pens Inside Scoop: Quotes from Kris Letang:
“Stroke is a scary word, and I’m lucky I have the staff that we have. I know I’m in good hands.” He stopped to knock on wooden earlier than saying, “I’ve been lucky these things have resolved on their own and I can go back to a normal life.”
“People know me well by now, and know that hockey is a passion for me. It’s going to take a lot to drag me out of it. But at the same time, I know the danger. I know all the risks I’m taking, and if there’s none, I’ll resume playing. That’s the case right now.”
“(Physically), obviously when you don’t skate with the team or for an hour at high intensity, you lose a little conditioning. Gotta build it back up.”
“He’s not skating here yet,” Keefe stated of Rielly. “He’s in training, working out and healing. I think there’s nothing at this point to say he’s off the timeline. I’m not exactly where it’s at in terms of him getting on the ice and skating.”
Darren Dreger heard that it is likely to be a Grade 1 or 2 MCL sprain. That can be within the 4 to 6 weeks of restoration, and an early January return.
Leafs PR: Maple Leafs ahead Nick Robertson left final evening’s recreation with a shoulder damage.
Hate, hate to see this for Nick Robertson. pic.twitter.com/0JjLDKtTAx
— Matthew DeFranks (@MDeFranks) December 9, 2022